Concrete and Brick Work in Old Town Fairfax Begins 8/8
Replacement of curb ramps and entrance aprons in Old Town Fairfax will begin August 8. The overall project to replace curb ramps and aprons on University Drive from Sager Avenue to Route 236/Main Street, and On Main Street from Route 123/Chain Bridge Road to East Street, is expected to take up to four weeks. Information: 703-385-7810.
Work will be conducted on weekdays from 5 a.m. to 3 p.m., excluding holidays — however, bricklaying also may take place on Saturdays to allow ramps and entrances to be reopened as soon as possible.
This work will take place in phases to maintain pedestrian access to all buildings. During work hours, lane closures will be in place and at least one lane of traffic will remain open in each direction on Main Street and University Drive.
Phasing for University Drive is shown in the image below. Each phase is expected to take two to three days and will be completed before moving to the next.
RED: curb ramp at southwest corner of University Drive and Main Street, the University Drive entrance to Caribbean Corner and half of the entrance to the Joshua Coffer Gunnell Building, 4010 University Drive.
- The entrance to Caribbean Corner is not wide enough to do in halves. This entrance will be closed for two days while it is being replaced. The public parking lot at Sager Avenue and University Drive will be open.
ORANGE: curb ramp at northwest corner of University Drive and Main Street, and half of the University Drive entrance to the Joshua Coffer Gunnell Building, 4010 University Drive.
YELLOW/YELLOW - curb ramp at the northeast corner of Sager Avenue and Main Street, half of the University Drive entrance to the Victorian Square Parking Garage, and curb ramp at the northeast corner of University Drive and Main Street.
BLUE: Half of the University Drive entrance to the Victorian Square Parking Garage, and curb ramp at southeast corner of University Drive & Main Street.
These four phases will complete work on University Dr and will be followed by work on Main Str.eet
The city and its crews appreciate drivers’ and pedestrians' patience and caution in Old Town Fairfax during this roadwork.
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